As long as I don't die in terrible screaming agony or by some sort of trauma (fire, drowning, etc) - if the death is either peaceful, or instantaneous, then I'm all for it! A lot of people think that I sound morbid, but the truth is that I am far too curious about what comes next to care. I don't even care about what gets left behind or unifinished because a mysterious afterlife, or non-physical life, if you will, awaits! Life extends beyond the physical, and I have researched quantum physics for too long to not see how incredibly beautiful everything is in life. No, I do not fear death. I can't understand people who do. To me, this was hell. It was hell on Earth for me, because I was depressed and had fibromyalgia. Once I went Paleo I became healthy (HAH! Doctors said I couldn't cure fibromyalgia!!) and now I love, love, LOVE life. Things I once thought to be lame are now incredible and joyful. If I can feel this way while restricted by physical and chemical (emotional) limitations, what must I be able to experience when I'm no longer in need of a physical body?
Also, what got me into paleo was how natural everything is. You cannot have life without death. The circle of life is exactly based on this mechanism. I won't break down the obvious for you, but instead exend it to the very planet itself: we could NOT exist here today, had a sun not died here first. From the incredible heat the sun is capable of, fusion occurs and we have minerals that life depends on here on Earth because of it. After the sun died, these masses formed and life became possible. To me, that is one of the first links in the chain of the circle of life. If you want to read about all the crazy life in soil that makes plant life possible, and how this circle ties into that, Lierre Keith who wrote The Vegetairan Myth explains it very nicely in the first chapter, and extends it outward from there. We cannot eat without taking life. I said ALL that to justify saying this: I don't want to live forever because eventually, I want my borrowed nutrients to return to the earth and become recycled, turned into something else. Give life to something else, since I've been given the same graces for all of my life. When I watched the movie Avatar, I was mesmorized by the Naavi simply because of what I heard one say in the film - it went something like "we live on borrowed energy. At the end of life, it must be returned" - something to that extent. I was touched, because I had been saying the same thing, but with "nutrients." So it just feels right that my turn should eventually come up, and return all the nutrients and energy to the Earth.
Admittingly, this is something I think about a lot. The mystery of life, of existence, is something that has perplexed me since I was a small child. My philosophy would take days of discussion to understand, so this is, believe it or not, my short answer.
But that's just what I think - to each his own, I say!